postexercise

postexercise

(ˌpəʊstˈɛksəˌsaɪz)
adj
(General Sporting Terms) occurring after exercise
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Furthermore, postexercise lymphocytopenia (2) is well documented and attributed to the exit of lymphocytes from the vascular compartment (3).
2005) Aerobic and resistance exercise sequence affects excess postexercise oxygen consumption.
Research has shown that those who exercise in a fasted state and are then fed may get a better anabolic response to the postexercise meal and enjoy greater glycogen synthesis than if they had not eaten.
Effect of body posture on postexercise parasympathetic reactivation in men.
6) In this study, vigorous cycling for 45 minutes elevated postexercise metabolism for 14 hours.
2007) Noninvasive assessment of cardiac parasympathetic function: postexercise heart rate recovery or heart rate variability?
Individuals with high postexercise lactate ([greater than or equal to]7.
Previous studies have shown that RE can reduce postprandial lipemia 16 h postexercise (Pafili et al.
1) These seemingly paradoxical actions of exercise on IL-6 would make sense by controlling damage and decreasing negative immune effects postexercise.